When Einstein Went To Roswell: UFOs-The Conquest of Gravity and Space (Paperback)
Traveling to the stars is possible. Albert Einstein realized this when he was shown the UFO evidence that had been discovered in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. The evidence caused a profound unsettling of that great man's beliefs. How could creatures from other worlds ever have reached our planet? Nothing in Einstein's understanding of physics could explain it. In this book, Peter Strassberg shows how space travel can happen. The Big Bang theory, he argues, is wrong. A simpler, more concise concept-of a curved, fourth-di-mensional universe-takes its place. Gravity and inertia, two sides of the same coin, are fully explained. It is all done in an understandable, easy-to-follow fashion with clear illustrations. Finally, the author provides a concise history of events from Roswell to the present that blows the lid off the intelligence community's ongoing control of vital, advanced scientific knowledge. Extraordinary documents, obtained through FOIA, are reprinted in full in the book's appendices. They uncover the vast, hidden extraterrestrial data that is now just beginnning to trickle out to the public.